Israeli Rabbi: 'You Will Turn Gay if You Take The COVID-19 Vaccine'

Published January 19th, 2021 - 07:21 GMT
Israel’s Orthodox Rabbi Daniel Asor claimed that taking Coronavirus vaccine will turn you gay. (Twitter)
Israel’s Orthodox Rabbi Daniel Asor claimed that taking Coronavirus vaccine will turn you gay. (Twitter)
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Israel’s Rabbi claimed that coronavirus can alter your sexual orientation.

Several myths and conspiracy theories were released about the Coronavirus vaccine since it was launched such as it has microchips, it will change our DNA, it is prohibited to take because it has Pork-derived gelatin, etc.

The last conspiracy theory was generated by Israel’s Orthodox Rabbi Daniel Asor and has become viral; after he claimed that taking Coronavirus vaccine will turn you gay and he asked his followers not to take it.

Daniel also said vaccines are part of efforts by a “global malicious government“ that is attempting to “establish a new world order.” The Rabbi claimed it can alter their sexual orientation.

Months ago, another Israeli rabbi called Meir Mazuz accused homosexuality and gay pride parades of being the reasons behind the spread of the deadly COVID-19 in the country.

Users have taken it to social media to mock the Israeli rabbi and his latest claims about the Coronavirus vaccine and denying such side effects it might generate.

Havruta, LGBT+ local rights group, joked about the rabbi's claims and said it is preparing to “welcome our impending new members.”

Israel is considered the world lead in the Coronavirus vaccination campaign by having given it to  more than 2 million of its citizens already. It is ramping up 250,000 COVID-19 shots everyday according to media sources.

Human Rights Watch and rights activists have urged Israeli authorities to conduct vaccination campaigns to over 4.5 million Palestinians in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip.

According to Omar Shakir who is Israel and Palestine director at Human Rights Watch, “Everyone in the same territory should have equitable access to the vaccine, regardless of their ethnicity.”


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